Californians Say Drought Is Problem But Don’t Want Taxes To Fund Projects
As California struggles through its third year of drought, nearly half of state residents said they would be willing to pay higher water bills to ensure a more stable supply, a new poll showed on Friday. Some 46 percent told the pollsters they would be willing to pay higher water bills to shore up supply, slightly more than the 42 percent who said they would not. Nearly all of those polled, about 89 percent, said the drought was a crisis or a major problem, but most said it had not had a major impact on their lives.
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